Logan Motorway Enhancement

In late 2016, the Queensland Government approved Transurban Queensland’s $512 million Logan Enhancement Project and CPB Contractors were selected as the preferred contractor. 

CPB Contractors has commenced detailed design and works are currently being undertaken across the project corridor. GRC is working with CPB Contractors to provide tender measurement and design cost management services throughout the project. 

GRC Associate Director Charles Schmidt said: “The Logan Enhancement project is an innovative infrastructure solution that essentially future-proofs one of Queensland’s busiest motorways. We’re working closely with CPB to ensure their project objectives are met and the best result is delivered for Transurban and the South-East Queensland community.”

The project includes realignment and widening the motorway from four to six lanes, new service roads and braided ramps. The project includes interchange upgrades at key congestion hot spots on the Logan Motorway and widening parts of the Gateway Extension Motorway. When complete, it will deliver a safer and more efficient motorway network by relieving local traffic congestion, reducing travel times, and enhancing connectivity with other major road networks.

Click here to watch the final concept design fly-through.